For the lover of natural environments in the world would not be bad to take a walk through rural England, sobretoo the northwest side of the nation, home of the famous Lake District (also known as Lakeland), one of the most charming in relation to what amounts to the forest wealth in Europe. Also we must also highlight the fact of being a place where flora and fauna are very well cared for, one more reason why any tourist or traveler will seem wonderful constant fact came to this land.
There is much to learn in Lake District, say as an example of this very fact that these lands were the inspiration for numerous poets during the nineteenth century, a reason also is generally regarded as the land of the “Lake Poets. ” Apart from this little curious historical fact anyone can find something to get to marvel at this land, a walk to the edge of its various lakes or a short excursion to the mountains in the case of the more adventurous are a few samples about .
Among the villages that we can not know the Lake District are to Windermere, Ambleside, Keswick, Coniston, Hawkshead, Grasmere, Glenridding, Kendal, Penrith, Eskdale Green and Bowness-on-Windermere.
The largest lakes in the area are Bassenthwaite, Buttermere, Coniston Water, Crummock Water, Derwent Water, Elterwater, Ennerdale Water, Esthwaite, Grasmere, Haweswater Reservoir, Loweswater, Rydal Water, Thirlmere, Ullswater, Wast Water and Windermere.